Adobe Systems has launched a beta version to try out changes to its color-picker Kuler service, including the restoration of an earlier feat...
Kuler lets people assemble quintets of colors into a color scheme that's saved into their own archive; people can browse others' schemes as well. The colors can be imported into Adobe's Illustrator software, too.
Top three requested features:
Extract color themes from an image
The original Kuler web app included the ability to extract a theme from an image. That feature is back. Just click the camera icon in the upper right corner of the Create page and choose a photo from your library.
A color wheel in two sizes
When we updated the interface many of our long-term users thought we’d made the color wheel too large. Now, with a click, the wheel can be larger when you need it and smaller when you don’t.
Reduced borders around individual colors in a theme
Now you can see more of each color and the play and interaction between them.
The beta features are available here
Introducing the Adobe Kuler
Designing with Kuler
You can download the free Kuler iPhone app from iTunes and If you have feedback you can report here
screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET
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